Baby Is A Four-letter Word
Surviving the First Two Years of ParenthoodBook - 2006
For any parent whos ever questioned his or her experience, knowledge or sanity, Baby is a Four-Letter Word is a breath of fresh air. It is not a how-to manual, and it does not contain expert advice. What it does offer is a message to parents: you are not alone.Dorianne Sagerauthor of the successful Baby Steps column in the Vancouver Sunwrites: Planned parenthood must be a misnomer. We planned to have a baby. I remember it distinctly: It was the last time we had sex without worrying about bumping into the baby or waking the baby. But from the moment our baby poked his head into the world, nothing has gone as planned.Some highlights from Baby is a Four-Letter Word: Boob Job: The Joys of Breastfeeding Can I Get This in Another Size?: Body Image After Childbirth You Can Sleep When Youre Dead: The Effects of Sleep Deprivation For Better Or for Worse: Mixing Marriage with BabiesFeaturing moments that will make you laugh out loud, and others that will pull on your heart-strings, Baby is a Four-Letter Word should be required reading for anyone set to tackle the good, the bad, and the ugly moments of raising a child.
Publisher: Toronto : Key Porter Books, c2006.
Branch Call Number: 649.10207 S129
Characteristics: 197 p.